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Barley, Canola Production May Decline in Final Report

DEC 04

The 2019 Canadian canola and barley crops may fall short of earlier expectations, according to pre-report trade estimates ahead of Statistics Canada final crop production report for the season on Friday.

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Still Lots of Opportunity for Canadian Pulses: Al-Katib

DEC 03

Despite India’s punishing import tariffs, Murad Al-Katib said he still sees plenty of opportunity for the Canadian pulse sector.

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Environment Canada Sees Relatively Mild Winter Ahead

DEC 02

Environment Canada has broken with other forecasters in predicting a relatively mild winter for this year.

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China Establishing New Ag Supply Lines: Analyst

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A Mistake to Rely on China as Trade Partner: Speaker

NOV 29

It would be “colossal mistake” for any country or business to have China at the centre of its future growth strategy, according to an analyst with a U.S.-based think-tank.

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Graph: Value of Farmland, Buildings Still Trending Higher

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Alberta Municipality Declares Agricultural Disaster

NOV 29

With an estimated 35% of the region’s crops still out in the field, a northeastern Alberta municipality has declared a state of agricultural disaster.

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Prairie Feedgrain Market Starting to Level Off

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Still Dry Beans Out in the Field

NOV 28

With December almost here, all the major North American dry bean regions still have crop left in the field, according to the final crop update of the season from Blenheim, ON-based Thompsons Ltd.

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Tentative Deal Reached in Rail Strike

NOV 26

Striking CN Rail workers have reached a tentative contract agreement with the company that will see them back on the job beginning this afternoon.

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Tight Logistics Underpin Barley

NOV 21

Transportation issues are propping up Prairie barley and feed wheat prices for the time being.

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Saskatchewan Producers Make Some November Harvest Progress

NOV 21

Saskatchewan producers have managed to get more of this year’s harvest in the bin, but some crops are still expected to overwinter regardless.

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